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Stress and strain of an inclined soil layer

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Translated from Osnovaniya, Fundamenty i Mekhanika Gruntov, No. 5, pp. 5–6, September–October, 1968.

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Didukh, B.I., Ioselevich, V.A. Stress and strain of an inclined soil layer. Soil Mech Found Eng 5, 319–321 (1968).

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  • Civil Engineer
  • Soil Layer
  • Structural Foundation
  • Hydraulic Engineer
  • Incline Soil